Attention during natural vision warps semantic representation across the human brain (Nature Neuroscience 2013). This paper presents the first evidence for a complex attentional affect in the human brain that warps the cortical representation of both attended and unattended categories during visual search.
A continuous semantic space describes the representation of thousands of object and action categories across the human brain (Neuron 2012). This paper shows that the brain representation of thousands of object and action categories can be described in a low-dimensional space that is mapped systematically across the cortical surface.
Reconstructing visual experiences from brain activity evoked by natural movies (Current Biology 2011). This paper presents the first successful approach for reconstructing natural movies from brain activity.
Encoding and decoding in fMRI (Neuroimage 2010, PDF 841KB). This paper reviews the current state of "brain decoding" research, and advocates one particularly powerful approach.
Bayesian reconstruction of natural images from human brain activity (Neuron 2009, PDF 3.7MB). This paper presents the first successful approach for reconstructing natural images from brain activity.
Identifying natural images from human brain activity (Nature 2008, PDF 5.4MB). This landmark paper shows that far more information can be recovered from brain activity than was thought previously.
Modeling low-frequency fluctuation and hemodynamic response timecourse in event-related fMRI (Human Brain Mapping 2008, PDF 717KB). This technical paper focuses on optimal quantitative modeling of fMRI data.
Topographic organization in and near human visual areas V4 (Journal of Neuroscience 2007, PDF 4.5MB). This paper provides a detailed retinotopic mapping study of early human visual areas.